|German Dasa 3 on 1|
Dated January 7 1996, "German" Dasa plays against a team of 3 other players on hotdeth7.wad (wad included). German Dasa was known as one of the highest skilled players in his area of Europe at the time of this recording. German Dasa finishes with 75 frags and the team of 3 players has 64 according to the rules they used for scoring. Perspective when played back as instructed within the included documentation is German Dasa as Red.
"RJ" from Washington State vs. "XoLeRaS" from Tucson, Arizona. Modem to modem connected game on Doom2 Map01. Perspective: RJ, as Indigo (hit f12 to see opponent's perspective during playback). In this connection, Indigo has the superior connection quality. XoLeRaS wins 52 - 43. Demo date: January 24, 1996. XoLeRaS had a nationwide reputation of being a very high skilled modem Doom2 player. RJ's commentary from attached text file: "Xoleras and I going at it again, this time was much better for me...
Keywords: Deathmatch: Early Deathmatch, 1993 - 1997: rj; Deathmatch: Early Deathmatch, 1993 - 1997: Xoleras; Deathmatch: Early Deathmatch, 1993 - 1997: Doom2: Map01
|4way Map1 Galiu+others|
Galiu, Adoctor, Morpheus (all from Montreal, Canada) and Duke (Boston, Massachucetts) in a free-for-all LAN game on Doom2 Map1. Lanparty was at Adoctor's apartment on the weekend of June 15, 1997. Galiu wins with 100. Perspective: Galiu as brown.
|Acejas vs. XoLeRaS Dwango5 maps 1 and 2|
XoLeRaS (Tucson, AZ) and AceJas (probably Indianapolis, Indiana) doing a modem to modem game on Dwango5 maps 1 and 2. The Map1 game is cut short due to XoLeRaS' attempting a "Silent BFG" activation too close to Map1's exit switch and accidently causing a map exit. Perspective: Acejas as Indigo. Demo recorded November 22, 1995.
|8way Map01 4 bots + 4 players in 1996|
Dated November 24 1996, this is the first known occurence of a combination of 4 players plus bots in one Doom2 deathmatch game, creating the impression of an 8 player game in which some of the opponents were human players. It was played at a public Doom LAN named "DC-CON" held at a private college near Silver Spring, Maryland, the first of a series of LANs in the Washington, DC area to carry that name...